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No. 00 I'm Glad Jesus Game Into my Soul 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.F.DeV. in "Faithful Guide" J. Floy DeVaughan 

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1. I'll ne'er for -get when Je -sus spoke to me, I had to get down, 

2. I'll nev - er own the treasures here be - low, But I have a man-sion, 

3. Now I've a song down in my ransomed soul, Kept by the spir - it 

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humbly bend-ing the krsp; I cried dear Lord.have mer-cy on my soul, 
up inheav-en I know;Christ beckons now from o'er the mys-tic sea, 
I am hap - py and wholejl sing and sno ui M J* tell what Christ can do, 

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Cleanse me and keep me and make me free and whole. 

Say - ing,' 'my child come and f ol - low,f ol-low me. ' 'He set me free, He ransomed 

Lis - ten,dear sin-ner, He'll do the same for you. 



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me, Made the sin-clouds roll, gave peace to my pocrsoui; 1'rust-ing in His 




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grace, I'll see His smil-ing face, I'm glad Je - sus came m - to my soul. 






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Our 1941 Book 
FOR 


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Singing 


Schools, Conventions 

AUTHORS 


, Etc, 


J. R. Baxter, Jr. 


V. O. FOSSETT 


Frank H. Stamps 


Luther G. Presley 


Albert E. Brumley 


Eugene Wright 


W. Lee Higgins 


Homer F. Morris 


W. W. Combs 


L. D. Huffstutler 


Wm. A. McKinney 


J. B. Coats 


B. B. Edmiaston 


Ernest Rippetoe 


Thos. J. Farris 


Wilbur Wilson 


W. M. DeVaughan 


P. B. Shaw 


Dwight Brock 


Henry J. Donohue 


J. E. Roane 


Emory S. Peck 


Marion W. Easterling 


Burl Carter 


W. Allan Sims 


Lonnie B. Combs 


John Cook 


John L. Shrader 


Dr. H. H. Martin 


L. E. Butrum 


J. O. Bearden 


C. H. Mansell 


D. C. Gordon 


Robt. E. Arnold 


Robt. S. Craft 


C. M. Riggs 


Thos. W. Gholson 


E. M. Bartlett, Jr. 


J. W. Askew 


L. D. Laminack 


Eld. N. P. Gates 


R. J. Weaver 


Luther L. Lovett 


A. G. Godley 


J. D. Jacobs 


Eddie Williams 


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Chas. R. Woods 


Thos. L. Snider 


Mrs. J. W. Payte 


P. H. Baxter 


Clarence H. Heidelberg 


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W. H. Davis 


Sahford J. Massengale 


Rev. Henry H. Powell 


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Fount W. Klepper 


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No. 1-A 



Pressing On 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
James Rowe in "Faithful Guide" B. B. Edmlaston 



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1. Al-ways bo joy - ous - ly sing - ing, On we go, 

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2. He has redeemed us and keeps us Free from sin, Helps us the 

3, When in the des - ert no long - er We may roam, We shall be 




bless-ed One cling-ing, Love to show; Hap-py are we in the Master's 
life-crown e - ter- nal Here to win; Dear-ly we love Him and trust Him 
with Him in glo • ry , Home , sweet home , There with the saints and the sages 




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Pr~- cious love, Hop-ing to praise Him with angels Fair a - bove. 
All the while, See-ing the light of His won - drous Lov-ing smile. 
We shall sing Frais-es e- ter-nal to Je - bus Christ our King. 



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Press - - ing on, 
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Press - - ing on, 
on, Thru the dark shadows to dawn, 




With our sins Tru - - ly gone; 

Pardon and freedom from bondage we've won, Truly our sins are all 




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No. 5 

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That Will be Glory for Me 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Pig. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Eugene Wright 



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1. When I am done with trou-ble and care, I'll cross the mys- ti - cal 

2. When 1 shall lay these bur-dens all down, Hap-py for-ev-er I'll 

3. When I be-hold the beau-ties of home, From ev -'ry tri- al set 



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Dwell-ing with saints in re-gions so fair, 
Then I'll put on my new robe and crown, 
Onstreets of gold with loved ones to roam, 

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me, When Christ, my Sav-ior I see; 

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No. 4 Joy and PeaGe for Me 

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1. As I jour-ney a -long the up -ward way, (the way,) Grace is 

2. I've com - mit - tea my soul un - to the Lord, (the Lord,) I am 

3. Tho the tern-pests may blow up- on the road, (the road,) And tho 




keep-ing my soul from harm each day; (each day;) With my Sav-ior be< 
trust -Log se-cure-ly is His word; (His word;) With Him I try to 
heav-y may oft- en be my load;(my load;)I'm de-ter-mined to 



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keep in sweet ac-cord,(ac-cord,)Thereis won-der-ful joy and peace for 

reach the blest a • bode, (a-bode,) 



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me. I am walk - ingwith Christ roy Lord, From each danger my 

for me. I'm walking blessed Lord, 




ref-uge He will be; I am trust - ingHis liv-ingword^ 

ev-er be; I'm trusting ho-ly liv-ingword, 

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No. 5 Forget Yourself and Hell Remember You 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Herbert Bufium in "Faithful Guide" Homer P. Morris 






1. When your friends have all for - got - ten and it seems that no one cares, 

2. Oft - en times we hold our trou- bles all bo ver - y near our eyes 

3. When your heart is tru - ly break-ing and you long to find re - lief 



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Just re - mem - ber there is One who'll see yon thru; You will 
That they loom so large they al - most hide the view Of a 

From your sor - rows, here is just the thing to do, Find an- 




find your own load light- er if for oth- ers you will live, 

sky so full of sun -shine, if that's true, take my ad - vice, Just for- 

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get your- self and He'll re -mem-ber yon. Just for- get yonr-self and Je - bus 



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No. 6 HI Not be Coming Back Any More 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A. E.B. in "Faithful Guide" Albert E. Brumley 




1. I have started for a ci - ty in a land of fadeless day, Far a - way on 

2. I will meet my sainted motb-er and I'll take her by the hand, I will know her 

3. I am wait-ing for the summons from that ci-ty in the sky, I will sing the 



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heaven's bright, happy shore;(happy shore;)I've so many treasures waiting, I am 
as I've known her be-fore; (her before; )I'll have many years to talk to her up 
Savior's praise o'er and o'er; (o'er and o'er; ) At the sounding of the trumpet I will 

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making plans to stay , And I'll not be coming back an-y • more. 

in the glo - ry-land, I will 

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not be coming back an-y • more, I will not be commg back an - y- 

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No. 13 Tell It Again and Again 

Copyright. 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
E. M. Bartlett. Sr. in "Faithful Guide" E. M. Bartiett. y 





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1. Tell me the sto- ry of the liv - ing Christ.How He ouce lived a -mong 

2. Tell me the sto- ry how He paid the cost, How He was wick-ed • ly 

3. Tell me the sto- ry of a ria - en Lord, How from the grave my Lord 




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men; "Tell of His goodness and His sac - ri -fice, 

slain; Tell how He suf-fered to re-deem the lost, Tell it a -gain and a- 

came, Of His as -cen-sion and His rich re-ward, 







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gain. , Tell me the sto- ry Lord and His glo -ry, 

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sto- ry " Lord and His glory, Tell it a-gain and a -gain, 

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No. 14 



T. J. F. 



Walking with my King 



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in "Faithful Guide" Thos. J. Farria 



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1. I'm singing a song while go-ing a - long, Prais-ing Him who died for me; 

2. I'm hap-py to- day to trav- el His way With my Sav-ior by my side, 

3. I nev-er shall roam from heaven, my home, - ver where the angels sing; 




I'll tell of the love sent down from a-bove, Prais-ing Him who set me free. 
He's with me, I know.wherev- er I go, All to Him I shall con-fide. 
They pa-tient-ly wait just in- side the gate, Welcome bells they soon shall ring. 




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No. 15 I Look for His Face in the Sky 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R.Baxter, Jr. sug. Mrs. Annette Dennestedt in "Faithful Guide" Robt.S. Craft 



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2. He'scom-ing to gath- er the jew - els of earth, 

3. It may be at mid-night, at morn-ing or noon, I look for 



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I'm wait- ing to wel- come the King of true worth, 
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I look for His face in the sky. I look for His face in the 



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No. 16 



He is a Friend to Me 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Opal Langston and L.L.L, in "Faithful Guide" Luther L. Lovett 




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1. When I think of God in all His pow'r, By Him I live each day and honr; 

2. Je - bus shed His blood and died for all Who will be-lieve and on Him call, 

3. 'Tis by faith in Him I walk thru life, He helps me bear all pain and strife; 

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How it makes my heart in praise rejoice, This precious friend is now my choice. 

There 's no oth-er friend like Him to me And true to Him I want to be. 

All the dan-gers He can plain-ly see, A precious, faith-ful friend is He. 

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He is a friend in-deed to me, A faith-ful friend 

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No. 17 



Redeeming Grace 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. S. L. Wallace In "Faithful Guide" S. L. Wallace 

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1. Re-deem-ing grace toy soul has found,. . . . It now is such. 

2. Such wondrous love .... on Cal - va - ry , That Je - bus died . 

3. liv - ing friend .... who keeps my soul And leads me on. 




a joy -ml sound; Tho I was blind,.... the light I see, 

for you and me; His pre-cioos blood has reached my soul, .... 

to heaven's goal, From love di - vine ... I shall not roam, 




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Re-deem-ing grace has made me whole . 

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No. 18 Since the Blood of Jesus Made Me Whole 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
James Wells in "Faithful Guide" J. W. Askew 

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1. All my sor -rows have de -part- ed, I'm no long - er heav- y heart-ed, 

2. In the vales of sin I wandered, time and tal - ent I had squandered, 

3. Now no doubts or cares as- sail me for my Sav- ior will not fail me, 




From my lips the hap - py hal - le - lu - jahs roll; 
Nev - er think- ing of the wel - fare of my soul; 
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in my heart is ring- ing and a hap - py song I'm sing-ing Since the 
last the Sav-ior found me, put His lov - ing arms a-roundme And the 
ev - er walk be -side me there to com-fort and to guide me Since the 



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No. 19 In the Straight and Narrow Way 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" CH. Mansell 



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1. Christ is ev - er by my side, He's a true and faith-ful guide, A 

2. what joy to - day is mine just to know this friend di - vine Will 

3. I will ev - er trust this friend till this earth - ly life shall end,Wher > 



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He will lead me by the hand till I 
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straight and narrow way And bless-ings dai - ly He doth send. 

i'oin that bap-py band In heav-en my e - ter - nal home, 
jord and King a-bove That oth - ers here His grace may know. 



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Heaven was Built for You 



Copyright. 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.S.Baxter, Jr. sug. Curtis Jones in "Faithful Guide" D. E. Gilbreath 








1. Heav-en was built for all who dai - Iy trust in the Lord, All who will come to 

2. Ca - naan for you is o - ver Jor-dan, loved ones a-wait .Standing a - jar your 

3. Noth-ing can sep - a - rate you from the love of your God, See that your footsteps 




Him be-liev-ing, live in ac-cord;Nothing can harm His blest redeemed ones 
soul can find the pearl - y white gate;No long-er wear a yoke of bond-age 
fol - low in the path-way He trod;Fac-ing the goal that is be - fore you, 



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No. 21 



Smiling Thru Tears 



From a talk by J E. Roane, Stamps- Baxter School, 1040 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

B. C in "Faithful Guide" Burl Carter 




1. Smiling thru tears, down thru the years, Bearing my load on the rough road; 

2. Smiling thru tears, pierced by sin's spears, Take courage new, light will shine thru; 

3. Smiling thru tears, ban-ish-ing fears, Liv-ing a life free from all strife; 






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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Albert E. Brumley, sug. M. W. E. in "Faithful Guide" Marion W. Easterling 




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flow-er In heaven's bouquet; I miss her plain beau-ty, Her sil-ver-y 
part-ing Can nev-er-more come; what a glad meeting Way up in the 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Faithful Guide" L. L. Hornsby 



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2. Tho temp - ta - tions here may try me, there is naught to fear, When my 

3. When I en- ter death's dark val-ley, He'll be with me there, To dis - 



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will bear me o - ver to the -ci - ty fair, 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Sanford J. Maasengale 

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1. Jost a touch of His hand to my soul feels so grand When I'm bowed in the 

2. Just to hear His sweet voice makes my sad heart rejoice.Lifts the bur-dens that 

3. Some glad day He'll appear ,gath - er jew - els while here And the joy we shall 




deep - est of woe, When I'm sad, lone and blue.boping dreams will come true, 
bend me so low; Just a glimpse of His face to a soul saved by grace 
share nev-er ends, With the good and the true that glad home we shall view, 




Je - sus comes,springs of joy o - ver-flow. 

Would make heaveD seem nearer, I know. What a grand and a glo - ri - ous 

Be for - ev - er with loved ones and friends. 




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Shadows Will Roll Away 



Copyright, 19W. *>y Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptgf. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Faithful Guide" F.B.Shaw 






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1. Here sin and dark-ness a-bound,but joy and peace shall be found, 

2. Tho we may Buf-fer a-while, the Lord will lead us each mile, 

3. let us work on and sing with faith in Je - sua our King, And all the 





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come to claim all His own , And all the shad-ows will roll a- way. 

strength to conquer the wrong, 

hear the Master's well done, roll a - way. 

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While You Have Lteht 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg, Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. Bug. Billye Woodward in "Faithful Guide" Lester Williams 



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2. Man-y lost souls have been on the mountains of sin, Seek-ing on - ly the 

3. Earthly pleas-ures al - lure but they can-not endure, They mustper-ish when 




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comes the night; Turn to Je-sua and live, life e - ter-nal He'll give, 




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\o. 27 Keep Your Heart Swept and Garnished 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R.Baxter, Jr. sug. M. A. Owens in "Faithful Guide" W. M. DeVaughan 






1. keep your heart swept and garnished, For Je - sua will come some day, Just 

2. keep your heart swept and garnished, 'Tis bet-ter by far than gold, There's 

3. keep your heart swept and garnished, You nev - er can tell the hour The 



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on - ly one way to heav-en, Just en-ter the Sav-ior's fold;No e- vil can 
Savior will come from heaven In glo-ry and wondrous pow'r; Be read-y at 




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joy and glo-ry And car - ry you home on high, Be read-y to meet the 
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an - y mo-ment To meet the Lord in the air, He's com-ing to gath-er 

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No, 28 Tomorrow May Never Gome 

To Grimes Trio 
Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



B. B. Edmiaston 



iu "Faithful Guide" 



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1. Boast not thy - self of to-mor-row: for thou knowest not what A day may 

2. Ye know not what shall be on the morrow, then why de-lay In he]p-ing 

3. To him that knoweth to do the right, and do - eth it not, The Bi - ble 




bring forth on -to thee;(unto thee;)So what thy hand finds to do, per-fonn it 
oth-ers here be!ow?(here below?) Go lift their burdens and drive some gloom and 
tells as, it is sin: (it is sin:; Help lead the err-ing to Him who '11 cleanse the 




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now,wait - ing not.Don't say "To-mor-row" too late 'twill be. (it will be.) 
Bor - row a -way, 'Twill make you hap- py as on you go. (on yon go.) 
life from each spot, let us hast -en, the work be - gin. (now be-gin.) 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Arr. L. E. B. in "Faithful Guide" N L.E. Butrum 



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2. 'Twas grace that taught .... my heart to fear And grace my fears . 

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the glitt'ring sun; We've no less days to sing Goers 



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When Je - sus washed my sins a - way; 



No. 30 



I've a New Found Shelter 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
J.R. Baxter, Jr. sug. C E. Paregien in "Faithful Guide" Conard Howell 



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2. As I jour-neyhere I'm re-joicmg, Peace and gladness now are mine, Happy 

3. To that home in heav-en I'm go-ing Where my friends for me await, What a 





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prais- es I- am voic-ing Trust-ing in the love divine;When the storm-clouds 
won-drous joy in know-ing Christ will meet me at the gate; I L must work for 



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gath- er a-round me, I can see the shin-ing goal, Since the blessed Sav-ior 
Je - sus still fast-er, Let His spir- it have con-trol, In my bless-ed Lord and 

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No. 31 



H.H.P. 



I'll Wake Up in Glory Land 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



in "Faithful Guide" 



Rev. Henry H. Powell 

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1. I am on - ly a pil-grim and a stran-ger here, I see trou-ble on 
2.1 am far on the journey thru this world's mad roar,Plod-ding on thru the 
3. 1 am homesick for heav-en and I soon must go In the way that the 



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ev - 'ry hand; But my Sav- ior is lead-ing and I have no fear, 

burning sand; • I shall lay down my arm- or when I reach that shore, 

Sav-ior planned, I shall leave all my trou-bles in this world be - low, 



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No. 32 1 Know my friends Will Greet Me There 



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SPIRITUAL 

To the Baxter quartet, WDOD, Chattanooga, Term.— M. J. 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 




in "Faithful Guide" 



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1. I'm gon-na leave this world some hap-py time,Go-ing to live with Chrisi 

2. I'm on a vis - it here, not long to stay In this old sin - ful world 

3. Farewell to this old world, I'm go - ing home,La-bor will soon be done, 

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in heav-en's clime; All will be glo - ry there,free from all care, 
filled with dis - may; I want to serve my Lord and be His heir, 
no more I'll roam; I'm gon - na be on time, sail thru the air, 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Lj. M. Bartlett in "Faithful Guide" Wlllla Gage 

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1. Do you know the road to the cross, is your soul still lost? Why not 

2. Is your life all blighted by sin and no hope with - in? You will 

3. Do not wait to en - ter the gate till it is too late, Christ will 






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nev - er save you while in sin you roam; But His par-don you will re - 




night and you long for light, take the narrow way back borne. 

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No. 32 1 Know my Friends WiS! Greet Me There 

SPIRITUAL 

To the Baxter quartet, WDOD, Chattanooga, Tetra.— M. J. 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

M.J. in "Faithful Guide" Malcom Jones 

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1. I'm gon-na leave this world some hap-py time,Go-ing to live with Christ 

2. I'm on a vis - it here, not long to stay In this old sin - ful world 

3. Farewell to this old world, I'm go - ing home,La-bor will soon be done, 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
lj. M. Bartlett in "Faithful Guide" Wlllla Gage 

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1. Do you know the road to the cross, is your soul still lost? Why not 

2. Is your life all blighted by sin and no hope with - in? You will 

3. Do not wait to en-ter the gate till it is too late, Christ will 




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In the Gircle of God's Love 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr., sug- Lorena Teel in "Faithful Guide" V. 0. Fossett 

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2. No more clouds of sor - row, Do I fear to - mor-row, I am near-ing 

3. Join the hap-py cho - rus, Joy is on be -fore us, 




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On - ward I go sing-ing,To my Sav-ior 
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No. 35 



I Pound It in Mother's Bible 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ftg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" ^ _ Luther 6. Presley 




1. Some peo- pie re - ject theSav-ior and spurn His match-less love, They 

2. There's something in ev - 'ryprom-ise that cheers me on the way, And 

3. It tells me just how the Sav- ior, on cru - el Cal - va - ry Did 




tell 
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man - y man-sions in heav-en so bright and new, I found it in moth-er'a 

He is com- ing to gath-er His faith- ful few, 




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C.A.L. 



Who Said It? 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" C. A. Luttrell 




1. Who said, "come drink at the 

2. Who said that yon-der to - 

3. Who said keep lov-ing your 



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It won't be long?Praise Him, I'll uev-er stop sing-ing Redemption's song. 
Un - to the end,Prom-ised for • ev - er to love me, Be my true friend? 



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He Will Make it Rteht 



Coovright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Wilbur Cravens in "Faithful Guide" Albert Cravens 






1. In this life of sin and sor-row We have cares on ev-'ry hand, We have 

2. I'm so proud of my dear Sav-ior,What a friend in-deed is He, For He 

3. Come and give your life,dear sinner, To the blessed Lord and King, Let Him 

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lift your beav-y bur-den So His praise you too mav sing; Help to spread His 



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steps t'ward heaven,And I know He gives us light,If we on-ly look to Je - sus 

fame and gladness O'er the land to ban-ish night, 



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SPIRITUAL 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

J. B.C. in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 



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1.1 was once a sm - ner, just a wea-ry sin - ner, In the 

2. Oft - en 'mid temp - ta - tion,seek - ing full sal- va - tion, I would 

3. Let me tell the sto - ry, springs of joy and glo - ry, How I 

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found my Sav- ior King; 



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He would prom-ise pow- er, 
How my load has light eued, 



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how the val - ley brightened,In my heart I can sing. 

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J. B. C 



Headin' for Gloryland 

SPIRITUAL 
Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 




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2. Be - hind is doubt-ing, a - head is shout-ing, Join in that hap - py 

3. Look out old Jor- dan,chii - ly, 'tis cer -tain, But there's no sink-ing 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L.G. P. in "Faithful Guide" Luther G. Presley 






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2. 1 can-not tell from whence it came, I on - ly 

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God's Great Gift 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 




in "Faithful Guide" 



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1. Je - bus, our Savior, came down from above That He might die, mak-ing us 

2. my dear brother,don't turn Him a-way,Gift of God's love,mar-vel-ous 

3. Lin- ger no long-er, a - stray in the cold, Hear His sweet voice, bidding you 




free; Won-der- ful,mar-vel- ous gift of God's love, Giv- en for you and for 
love; Je- sus is call-ing, ac-cept Him to-day, Start for that ci - ty a« 
come; Turn from your wand'ring and enter His fold, Still He is call- ing, come 



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Copyright, 18*1, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaeton in "Faithful Guide" V. 0. Foesett 







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1. In my heart ring-ing, joy to me bringing, Is the song of love; 

2. To the Lord clinging.heart and voice singing, Hap-py 

3. Here I will sing it, in -to hearts wing it, Wondrous God's love; 




- yer me steal - ing,sweet-ly re-veal-ing Glo-ries from a-bove. 

Driv-ing out sad-ness,bring-ing in gladness, Joy-bells from 

Then,be-yond sor-row, sing it to - mor-row, On that shore ft - bove. 



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H. J. D. 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Henry J. Donohue 



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1. Someday when I've traveled my last mile here, The call will be com-ing for 

2. My bark shall sail safe- ly tho waves dash high, For Je-sus will be at my 

3. I'm read-y to go to that gold-en shore To live there while a - ges shall 



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No. 46 



Home at the End of the Trail 



Copyright, 1941. by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R. Baxter, Jr. sug. E. B. Barden in "Faithful Guide" W. L. Harmon 



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No. 47 



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2. We miss him here 

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God whispered to our friend And said "my child, come 

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What a Sinking Yonder 



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Mother's Love 



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1. Mother's love brightly shines and it nev - er de-clines, Spreading sunshine tho 

2. She is al-ways so true, her life's mis-sion to do, Always smiling when 

3. Soon her race will be run and the life crown be wou, Bright her mansion will 



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Up in glo - ry Borne day to my moth-er I'll 



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cares, Praying God to lead me all the way. 
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1. Are you fol - low-ing the Sav-ior as thru life you onward go? 

2. Are you show-ing forth His glo - ry, do you take Him as your guide?Are yon 

3. Do you try to be a bless-ing, point the lost to sav-ing grace? 






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Sunshine in My Soul 



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2. Since Je - sus is with me, shielding from harm, The forc-es of sin can 

3. Such mar-vel-ous bless-ings dai - ly are mine, God's won-der-ful light doth 




fall on my way; When trou-bles be- tide, praise God I can say, 

cause no a-larm; While lean- ing for com-fort on His strong arm, There is 

o - ver me shine; No more for the world-Iy pleas-ures I pine, 




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1. dear Je -sus hear I pray and let me live a lit- tie while long-er, 

2. I am weak and spir-it frail, but yet I know Thou art a great Sav- ior, 

3. When the saints are called to go from this vain world to glo- ry e - ter- nal, 




Not my will, but Thine Lord.so may it be; Clothe me with Thy wondrous 
dear Lord,Thy gracious love I now im-plore; Fill me with Thy love and 
I be a-mong their number,Lord I pray; There's no one but Thee to 



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grace that I may feel in spir- it much stronger, As I strive to gath- er 
grace and look up - on my soul in great fa -vor,Much I need Thee till this 
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'Round the Altar 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Vida Munden Nixon . in "Faithful Guide" L.C.Newman 



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1. There's a place that's dear to me, ev - er sa -cred as can be, 'Bound the 

2. There I learned the gold -en rule when I went to Sun-day school, To this 

3. Gos-pel ser- mon, sa- cred song fol- low me my whole life long In the 




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church each Sunday morn I trod; To re - vi- vals there I went,there of 
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sin I did re -pent, There I gave my youthful heart to God. Well do 

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No. 54 Showing His Wonderful Love 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.E.B. in "Faithful Guide" J. Elmo Burkett 

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1. God so loved this sin- ful world He sent down His Son, (from glo - ry,) 

2. On the cm - el cross He bore our guilt and our shame, (the Sav-ior,) 

3. "lis so sweet to trust in such a won - der - ful friend, (the lov-ing,) 






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serve Him un - til life here shall end, 

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2. Tou may be hap-py and care-free to - day, Nev - er a frown nor a 

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sigh; But don't for -get 'twill not be thus al - way, Sure - ly some 

true; Then when your sun shall sink low in the west, Je - sus will 



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Take God's Pathway to Glory 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. You are on the downward road a - mid a throng so gay, 

2. Thoearth'B way seems filled with joy and man-y on it tread,But whith-er, my 

3. Thru the vales of seem-ing ease the way you go may run, 






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1. Je - sus is help-ing me the life-crown to win, 

2. Noth-ing can turn me from the path-way of right, For He is lead -ing the 

3. Praia -es are well-ing in this glad heart of mine, 

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Tell the Savior All About It 



Copyright. 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W.A.Washburn in "Faithful Guide" Mrs. Tom Wallace 







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1. If your heart is sad and brok-en .burdened down with care, If your troubles 

2. If some harsh word has been spoken.your eyes wet with tears, If you think your- 

3. When the rag-ing riv-er ; rolls in torrents at your feet, When you know you'll 

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That Beautiful Home 



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2. We'll meet friends on that shore who have gone on before To en -joy the e- 

3. If lost sin-ners could see just how hap-py 'twould be In a mansion where 



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Will I find You in Heaven? 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Aulta Harrington in "Faithful Guide" L. D. Huffstutlar 




1. While trudging down the val-ley That's full of sin and woe, You'll find yon 

2. This life must be a strug-gle For those who nev-er pray, It must be 

3. Let Je -sus lead and guide you, Don't wait anoth- er day, Lift up your 




need a help-er As on the way you go; Just call up - on the Sav- ior, 
long and toil-some To trudge day af-ter day; So come, dear friend, to Je-sus 
eyes and ask Him To save you while you may; Then when you climb to heav-en 



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Up - on the gold -en stairs, You'll rest as-sured that Je-sus Still hears and 




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No. 61 Rejoice in the Lord 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
James Rowe in "Faithful Guide" L. D. Huffstutler 



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2. Making known your gladness in the haunts of sadness, 

3. Those who tell the sto- ry gain the crown of glo- ry, re-joice 



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No. 62 



H. J. D. 



Stormy Waters 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Henry J. Donohue 



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2. Not a mo-ment spent in slum- her, rest- less - ly I sail a- long, 

3. Now the home-land I am near- ing, har- bor lights come in - to view, 



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Soon the o -cean waves are peace-ful and my heart breaks forth in song, 
Just a few short days of saii- ing, then I'll have a life that's new, 






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No. 63 



J. B. C. 



Building for Eternity 



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in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 



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His Glory is Mine 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "Faithful Guide" W. J. Edwaiis 

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2. When tri - als ap - pear my soul to de-base, 

3. No won-der I sing of par-don so free, 




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My tri - bute of praise to Je - sus my King,. 

I lean on His arm and trust in His grace;. 

For Je - sus has been so pre-cious to me;.. 

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The beau - ti - ful praise of Je - sus my King 

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No. 71 Since Jesus Holds my Hand 

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M.H.McK. in "Faithful Guide" M.H.McKee 



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1. Since I be-Iieved the sto - ry, I face the prom-ised land; My heart is 

2. My life is filled with bless-ing And prom- is - es so grand; There's joy His 

3. And soon I'll reach a man-sion And with the an - gel band Be - hold that 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R.Baxter, Jr. sug.E.W. in "Faithful Guide" Eugene Wright 




1. I've found the pearl of price-less worth, renounced the things of earth, No 

2. I'm hap-py in His work to be, He means so much to me, I've 

3. I'm go - ing to a sun - ny clime whet$ wel-come bells will chime, I'll 




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will be glo - ry o - ver there when we meet in the air, 



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L. W. 



Jesus Paid it All for Me 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Laurence Wilson 




1. Je - sus paid it all for me On the cross of Cal-va - ry, There my 

2. Troubles o'er your soul may sweep, But the Lord doth vi - gil keep, Je-sus 

3. If you tru - ly trust the Lord He will give the great re - ward In that 



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God's Great Plan 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W.A.Mc in "Faithful Guide" Wm. A. McKinney 

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1. In the still-ness of the night Je-sus the Lord was born; From a manger 

2. Je-sus suffered, bled and died On rugged Cal - va-ry, Jus-tice ful-ly 

3. He is com-ing back again, Tho we know not the hour, Still He's coming 









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back to reign— Coming in mighty pow'r; He will gather all His own, 

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Stood His guiding star, Leading to Him God's wise men, Coming from a-far. 
Revealed God's free grace, We're no longer under law, Jesus took our place. 
Faithful of each race; Saints will meet Him in the air, See Him face to face. 

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W. E. H. 



Hide Me, Gentle Savior 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Walter E. Howell 

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1. Hide, hide me, gen-tle Sav - ior, Hide me till all storms are past; 

2. Grant the glow of health may lin-ger, Stay, I pray,the hand of death; 

3. Keep my spir- it close be-side Thee, Strengthen me with ten-der care; 

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•tie, Till the last long quiv'ring breath, 
me, Till I reach that home up there. 

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No. 76 



A Gleam of Glory 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. O.H. in "Faithful Guide" W.O.Hyatt 



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2. Thru the fear- ing and the jeer- ing,met a - long the road.Thruthe sor-row 

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on the mor-row I must bear a load;Clouds around me can't con-found me, 
and the drift-ing from the shepherd's care; Thru the choosing and the los - ing, 



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Some Day 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



Anna Sue Williams & B.C. in "Faithful Guide" 



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3. Someday I'll leave for those por-tals, That will be glo-ry for me; 



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2. What a joy to know One who loves us so, He is so kind and true; 

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He so free- ly gave His own life to save, From bonds of sin Bet free. 
He has changed my life from all sin and strife, He'll do the same for yon. 
You'll find per-fect peace, joy will nev- er cease, You shall the life-crown win. 

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Saved by Grace 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg 1 . Co.: 
E. R. Latta # in "Faithful Guide" J.H.Clark 




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I long to see the beau- ty Of my Sav-ior's smil-ing face, 

to leave my sins be-hind me, Sins that would my life de -base, 

to know that in His king-dom I at last shall find a place, 
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L. G. P. 



I Want to Keep Sin&ing 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Luther G.Presley 




1. Since the Sav - ior put this song of glo-ry in my soul, 

2. Since He told me of that land of nev-er ending spring, 

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INo. 81 Walking the Gospel way 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. Dwight Brock . in "Faithful Guide" V.O. Fossett 




1. The sun is shin-mg brightly, on-ward I go .Walking the gos-pel way; 

2,1 walk a-long the pathway, talk to my Lord, 

3. Then when I get to heat-en Je-sus I'll see, bless-ed gos-pel way: 

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The Lord is ev-er near the dan-gers to show,Walking the gospel way. 

He hears my pleading dai-ly,gives His re-ward, 

I'm prais-ing His dear name because I am free, bless-ed gos-pel way. 



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Gather in the Grain 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Samuel W. Beazley 



1. See the ripe harvest fields waiting today, Waiting for yon,wait-ing for me, 

2. Go, for the daytime is passing a-way,Pass-ing for you,pass-ing for me, 

3. Hear the sweet voice of the Master a - far, Call-ing to you, call-ing to me, 




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Golden, the waving fields spread o'er the plain, Waiting for reap-ers to see. 
Heed then His pleading and work while \te may, Go with a heart fall and free. 




Go, gath-er in the grain, much there is to Gain by our 

Gather in the grain, much there is to gain, 




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J. B.C. 



Life 



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1. A heart-beat felt, a spok- en word, A throb, a breath, a song is heard; 

2. Eed morn of youth, gray eve of age, The gold of noon fill up the page; 

3. Some task well done, a heart-ache borne, The ]oys and tears of earl - y morn; 



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A lit - tie take, a lit - tie give, A lit - tie pray'r, a joy to live. 
A laugh, a song, a sob, a sigh, Ful - fill a life as years go by. 
The sun - spt hour with fleet-ing breath, Leads out be-yond the vale of death. 

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God Knows the Best 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Emory S. Peck 



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1. When clouds of gloom obscure your path-way And storms of life a - round you 

2. You should not be dis - cour-aged,broth-er, Keep press-ing on to heav-en's 

3. When in the val -ley of life's sor -rows And sore-ly press'd by ev - 'ry 



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sweep, Pray con-stantly for Christ to guide you And He your wea-ry soul will 
goal, The Lord is watching o'er His chil-dren And He will keep tho bil -lows 
foe, If you will trust Him He will guide you And bless-ings on you will be - 



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roll; Al - tho the way seems rough and dreary, It may be that it is your 
stow; Be strong and trust in Him who keeps you,No mat-ter what may be the 




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He Knows 




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1. He knows the bit-ter wea-ry way, The end - less striving day by day, 

2. He knows how hard the fight has been, The clouds that come our lives between, 

3. He knows when faint and worn we sink, How deep the pain, how near the brink 

4. He knows, tho't so full of bliss! For tho on earth our joys we miss, 



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The wounds the world has nev - er seen, 

Of dark despair,we pause and shrink, 

We still can bear it feel - ing this, He knows, He knows. 



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No. 86 III Go or I'll Stay 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Willa Calvert Smith in "Faithful Guide" Ernest Rippetoe 



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1. Once I was lost on the high- way,Bur-dened with sin and shame, 

2. Once I was blind to the glo - ry Of the bright home a -bove, 

3. Je • bus is reign- ing in heav - en By the right hand of God, 







Know-ing no oth - er but my way, Till the dear Mas- ter came; 
Ere I had heard the old sto - ry Of the Ee-deem-er's love; 
Wait- ing for those He has giv - en Life by His pre-cious blood; 



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Firm was His voice, yet so ten - der, Speak-ing to me that day, 
Now I know some day I'll greet Him Where crys-tal wa -ters flow, 






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We Gome, Lord 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. C L. Dorris in "Faithful Guide" Rev. W. A. Murphree 



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1. We come, Lord, to Thy dear feet, We know no oth - er safe re- 

2. We come, Lord, to Thy dear feet, We seek this day Thy bless-ing 

3. We come, Lord, to Thy dear feet, We seek the joy in Thee com- 




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Thy love we crave, Thy strength we seek, We need Thee so, for we are weak. 

The thorns a -long our path-way grow, hear us, Lord, we need Thee so. 

lead us by Thy lov- ing hand And guide us to the bet-ter land. 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr., sug. E. F. Hughes in "Faithful Guide" V. O.Fossett 




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1. I've tast-ed the joy of full sal -va-tion from heaven's King, 

2. For Je-sus my Lord I now am liv-ing,He loves me,too, 

3. I'll trust in Eis love till He shall call me to heaven's plain, No long-er I 



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When He Gomes Again 

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J. B.C. in "Faithful Guide" J. 8. Coats 



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1. Soul far a - way, think of the woe On that great day when you must go 

2. See Him, the true, there by the throne, Pleading for you, make Him your own; 

3. Your re-cord there will be made known, Will it be fair, are you His own? 



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It Makes Me Want to Go 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Albert E. Brumley in "Faithful Guide" J. E. Roane 



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2. list - en to the songs of ju - bi - la - tion com-ing from the 
3. 1 have so man - y treas-ures o - ver yon - der, have a gold - en 



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Mother's Gone Home 



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Mrs. Wm. W. Benson in "Faithful Guide" Wm. W.Benson 






1. How dark and dreary was the day When pre-cious moth-er went a-way, 

2. Those dear sweet hands that toiled for me I hope to clasp be - yond the sea, 

3. My moth-er's love for me was great And now she waits at heav-en's gate, 

4. I'll meet her where no heart-aches come When this short race on earth is run 



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She left onr home so sad and lone, But she has gone to heav-en's home. 
And dwell in peace with her for aye Thru-out a glad e- ter-nalday. 
My heart and life I give to God, I'll trav - el in the way she trod. 
And see her precious lov - ing smile In that sweet home just af - ter while. 



No. 92 I've Made a Govenant With my Lord 



R. E. A. 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Robt. E. Arnold 



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2. I shall nev - er fear tho storms may beat, I've a ref - uge at my 

3. Love - ly things of earth are bo't and sold, I have some-thing dear - er 






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He is my Friend 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Willa F. Valentine in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 



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1. While in this lone - ly world I plod, To do some worth-y deed for God, 

2. No mat - ter where on earth I go, My hum-ble deeds He sees, I know, 

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The Golden Jubilee 



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2. When we gath - er o <■ ver yon - der With our Sav- ior,lead-er and King, 

3. Won't that be a hap - py meet- ing With our loved ones on that glad day, 

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Thereto meet our lov - ing Sav- ior, To re- joice a-round the white throne; 
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What a glo - ri - ous re - un - ion When we meet up in that bright clime, 
When we reach our home in glo - ry Of His love we ev - er shall sing, 

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My Lord is Near 

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Mrs. D wight Brock in "Faithful Guide" Dwight Brock 

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To Rev. & Mrs. E. J. Orange, Montgomery, Ala.— M. W. E. 
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With our great Re-deem- er we shall stay; (with Him we'll stay for-ev- er;) 
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No. 97 



In His Gare 



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We shall wear a crown im -mor- tal On that hap - py day. 

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He's Coming Back A^ain 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Christ is com- ing, Gom - ing soon, God's book tells us so, ('tis so,) 

3. Be ye f aithful,watch and wait.Keep your lamps trimmed bright, (so blight,) 



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Have you trust- ed all to Him And read -y now to go?(to meet Him?) 
Do not let your oil burn low Lest He come in the night; (be read- y;) 






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Peace on Earth 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. C. L. Dorris in "Faithful Guide" V. 0. Fossett 






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2. He taught that men arebroth-ers,too, Should be one great fam -i - ly; 

3. He longed that men should rule by love, Not thru dreaded fear or might; 



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gave to each some work to do That all men might be set free, 
told them of the world a -bove Where there is true joy and light. 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Think of the joy that's pass-ing you as you the downward way pursue, 

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Come to the Sav- ior now and live, joy and sal - va -tion He can give, 

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When Life's Race is Run 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Charles W. Combs 



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1. When life's race at last is run And the hills con-ceal the sun, 

2. Friends long gone I'll see once more When I reach the oth- er shore, 

3. In that ci - ty of the blest I shall find sweet peace and rest, 

4. By the grace of Christ my Lord I shall have a rich re -ward, 






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There on streets of pur - est gold I shall live and ne'er grow old. 
Care and grief will be un-known W'.ien a man - Bion there I own. 
I shall reap a har - vest grand For that home in glo - ry land. 




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Dedicated to Horace Comstock 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

Mrs. J. W. P. in "Faithful Guide" Mrs. J. W. Payte 



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1. As thru life you go a -long, as you greet the world with song, 

2. When you've almost giv - en up as you drink the bit -ter cup, Don't for- 

3. When the sil - ver threads re-place all your gold- en days of grace, 

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notes the spar-row's fall, Don't for-get that someone knows and cares. 

bur- dens heav- y grow, 

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Where Could I Go? 



Copyright, 1940, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. B. C "In "Golden Key" J. B. Coats 



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2. Neighbors are kind, I love them ev-'ry one, We get a - long in sweet ac-cord; 

3. Life here is grand with friends I love so dear, Comfort I get from God's own word; 

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But when my sou! needs manna from above, Where could I go but to the Lord? 

Yet when I face the chill-ing hand of death, 

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What a Glad Meeting 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Lonnie B. Combs 



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1. I've heard a- bout a won-der-ful ci-ty where dear friends and loved ones a- 

2. With fa-ther,moth-er, sis- ter and broth-er i I Bhall sing a hap-py new 

3. Good-by old world of trou-ble and sor- row, I am sure- ly go- mg up 




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songjl'll nev-er be lonesome in that sweet home of the soul;(what glory awaits;) 

there To be with my loved ones and neighbors in that fair land; 




I'll shout and sing glad prais-es for-ev-er just in - side the pearl-y gate, 
I soon shall join that glo- ri- fled num-ber and I know it won't be long, 
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I'll join the glad sing- ing on heav-en's wonder-ful strand. 




Glad meeting 'twill be just o - ver the sea, 

what a glad meeting that will be when I shall cross o'er the sea, 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
T. 0. Davis in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 




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2. Gone is care thru faith and pray'r, I'm on heaven's roll; I can see that 

3. Free from harm.no fears a-larm,THeav- en is my goal; Join His praise thru 



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No. 106 



I've Never Been Sorry 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
A. E. B. in "Faithful Guide" Albert £. Brumley 





1. Ev - er since Je-sus saved and pardoned I have been 8ing-ing ev -'ry day, 

2. All the day long I sing the sto- ry,prais-ing Him for His wondrous love, 

3. Brightly the star ol hope is shin-ing,niak-ing my pathway brighter grow, 




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Sure - ly I know a home is wait-ing,beau- ti - ful home in heav'n a-bove, 
Nev-er a thot of sad re - pin- ing, Je- sus is with me, this I know, 

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Lift Up Your Heads 



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1. Lift up your heads, ye migbt-y gates, Be-hold,the King of glo- ry waits; 

2. Fling wide the por-tals of your heart;Make it a tern- pie, set a -part 

3. Redeem-er.come, we o - pen wide Our hearts to Thee;here,Lord,a-bide, 

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From earthly use for heav'n employ, Adorned with prayer and love and joy. 
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in "Faithful Guide" John L. Bhrador 




1. won-der- fnl love df Je -sua, 

2. Some morning I'll leave this re-gion 

3. when we get home to - mor-row 

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mar-vel-oua grace that saved me, 
For mansions on yonder bright strand, 
To re -gions of glo- ry and rest, 




beau-ti - ful home up yon-der Where loved ones I soon shall see; 

Where we shall praise Christ f or-ev-er And live with that hap-py band; 
We'll sing with that band of sing-ers, The saints who have stood the test; 



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I'm Going Home 



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\ It's glitt'ring tow'rs the sun out-shine;Thatheav'nly mansion shall be mine. 
Cho 1 go- ing home, I'm go- ing k)me,I'm go- ing home to die no more; 

' | To die no more, to die no more, I'm go- ing home to die no more. 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. Bessie Taylor in "Faithful Guide" J. R. Baxter, Jr. 

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2. Have you lived a true life for the 

3. Have you al - ways been faith-ful to 



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cross for your sin, And you tell of His ex - eel- lent great-ness, Of His 
pure be -fore men? Have you used all the tal -ents He gave you, Whether 
ser - vice you ean? Do you heed what you read in the Bi - ble, Live ac- 




lov - ing corn-pass- ion for men; you tell of the joys that He 
yon have one or you have ten? Have you gone to the plac- es of 
cord- ing to God's per -feet plan? Or have you sat down by the 



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way -side And in -dulg- ingyour-self in each whim? you say He's an 

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al -might-y Sav - ior, Christ your Eedeem-er? 



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Copyright, J240» by Stamps-Baxter Music and Ptg. Co.. 
V.O.S. ta "Super Speciala" Virgil 0. Stamps 



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Boon shine thru a - gain; Do not de-spair when days are dark - est, 
al - ways shin-ing there; Thru faith look past the clouds a - bove you, 
shine a - gain we know; The Lord is on His throne in heav - en, 








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Love Can Be Our Guide 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. eug. Wilma Ray Hyden in "Faithful Guide" V. 0. Fossett 






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1. As we dai - ly jour-ney in this wil-der-ness be -low, 

2. When oar friends for- sake us and it seems that all is lost, 

3. Thru the lone - ly val - ley that each soul mast some time tread, 




Tho the storms be- tide, 



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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Faithful Guide" Sidney Braden & V. 0. Fossett 



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1. As day by day I trav - el on-ward sing- ing The praise of Him who 

2. When my short race is run and life is end - ed I want to walk the 

3. Come on, dear friends, and join me sing- ing prais- es, We tar - ry here 




died for me, Just think of how on Cal - va - ry He suf-fered That I might 
streets of gold, To look up- on the beau- ties of that ci - ty And shake the 
lit - tie while, But we know not the day that He shall call us, don't you 





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hands of saints of old; It will be rap- ture sweet to see my Sav- ior, 
want to see His smile? The night is com- ing soon, we must be read- y, 




I will re-turn for you some day," I'll trust the promise that He free- ly 
"Come un-to me" I'll hear Him say, won't that be a grand and glorious 
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2. In this fleet-tog life full of sin and strife, per - feet peace is mine, 



3. Joy-ful. is my song as I press a - long in the gos - pel way, 

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SPIRITUAL 

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2. Thank God my soul is heaven bound and from that shore I catch the sound, 

3. I'll be no stran-ger there.you see,for Je - sns waits to wel-come me, 

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And when my toil-mg here is done, the race with pa-tieneel have run, 




I'm a gon -~ na sail a-way, sail a - way home. 

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N. P. G. 



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Come and live, He'll for-give, not a soul will He de - ny. (de - ny.) 
Thru shades dim trust in Him, in His love you shall a - bide, (a -bide.) 
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Jesus Pioneered the Way 



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I'll Be Listening 



In memory of V. O. Stamps 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

J. B.C. in "Faithful Guide" J. B. Coats 

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2. No use to sor - row nor dread the mor-row, Pre-pare to meet me, 

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voic - es blend-ing in joy - ful song. 

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The Lord is Always Near 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Thru the val - ley we must go, Bear the heav-y cross of woe, 

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I'm Glad He Lives 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "Faithful Guide" Clarence H. Heidelberg 






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2. I'm so glad. He saw me in my deep - est woe, Knew that I was lost 

3. I'm so glad He ev - er watch - es o - ver me, Makes my cup of joy 



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I Keep my Byes on Him 



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2. I once tho't I could nev-er win the prize, My soul was al-waya 

3. 'Tis such a com-fort to my wea - ry soul To know He loves and 



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Grown the Savior Within 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. Since you have start - ed for that home-land a - bove, 

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I'm Awaiting His Gall 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W.J.M. in "Faithful Guide!' W. Jarvis Maxey 




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1. My Mas - ter will some day take me to a beau - ti - ful 

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1. On that e - ter - nal morn-ing, in yon - der land, We'll meet to live 

2. Praia - es will ring e - ter - nal, crowns will a - dorn All of God's chil- 

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To my friend, Frank Stamps— A. B. B. 
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A. E. B. in "Faithful Guide" Albert E. Brumley 

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SPIRITUAL 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2.1 shall be so hap- py at set-ting of the sun, 
3. 1 shall meet my loved ones and live with them up there, I 



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SPIRITUAL 

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Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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God Wants Your Soul 



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1. God wants your soul,give Him control, You owe your all to Him now; 

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God's Beautlf ul Gity 



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i A Gleam of Glory 76 

i A Good Time is 128 

I Amazing Grace, 29 

Are You Walking In.... 50 



Beyond the Clouds Ill 

Building for 63 



Climb Upward with 126 

Crown the Savior 124 



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Dwell in the Depths....l00 



Faithful Guide 1 

Forget Yourself and.... 5 



Gather in the Grain 82 

God Knows the Best... 84 
God Wants Your SouL.135 

God' s Beautiful 136 

God's Great Gift 43 

| God's Great Plan 74 

i Glory Bells Ring In....ll6 

i Gonna Sail Away 117 

Good-by Sin 40 



: He is a Friend to Me.... 16 

I He is All the World 66 

He is my Friend 93 

i He Knows 85 

He Lights the Dark....l37 

He Paid the Price 67 

He Will Make it 39 

He's Coming Back 98 

He's Gone 47 

He's My Jesus 129 

Headin' for 41 

Heaven was Built for.... 20 

His Boundless Love 42 

His Glory is Mine 64 

Hide Me Behind the.... 8 

Hide Me, Gentle 75 

Home at the End of.... 46 
Homeward I Go 133 



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I am on my Way to 23 

I am Singing 68 

I Feel Like a 115 

I Found it in 35 

I Gotta Longing to 131 

I Keep my Eyes on. ...123 

I Know my Friends 32 

I Look for His Face.— 15 

I want to Keep 80 

I'll Be List'ning 120 

I'll be Looking for 9 

I'll Go or I'll Stay 86 

I'll Not be Coming. 6 

I'll Wake Up in 31 

I'm Awaiting His 127 

I'm Glad Jesus Came.. 00 

I'm Glad He Lives 122 

I'm Glad That Jesus.... 72 

I'm Going Home 109 

I'm Just a Pilgrim 132 

In His Care _ 97 

In the Circle of 34 

In the Straight and.... 19 
It Makes Me Want to.. 90 

I've a New Found 30 

I've Got that Old 78 

I've Made a Covenant.. 92 
I've Never Been 106 



Jesus Paid it All 73 

Jesus Pioneered the.. ..119 

Jesus Went Alone 134 

Joy and Peace for me.. 4 
Just Climb One Step.. 38 
Just Put a Little 69 



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Life 83 

Lift Up Your Heads... .107 
Let Me Live a Little.... 52 

Let Me Travel 7 

Love Can Be Our 112 



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Mother's Gone Home.... 91 

Mother's Love 49 

My House is a Home.... 88 

My Lord is Near 95 

My Mother's in 22 



O Love Eternal 70 

O What a Glad 104 

O Weary Soul Why....ll8 
Our Savior Leads 125 



Peace on Earth 99 

Praise His Name 65 

Praise the Lord for... 37 
Pressing On 1-A 



Redeeming Grace 17 

Rejoice in the Lord.... 61 
'Round the Altar 53 



Sail Away Home 2 

Saved by Grace 79 

Shadows Will Roll 25 

Showing His 54 

Since Jesus Holds my.. 71 

Since the Blood of 18 

Singing in my Soul 105 

Smiling Thru Tears 21 

Some Day 77 

Some Day He'll 114 

Some Morning I'll 108 

Somebody Knows 11 

Somebody Knows and..l02 

Stormy Waters 62 

Sunshine in My Soul.... 51 
Sunshine in 55 



Take God's Pathway.... 56 
Take the Narrow Way.. 33 

Tell it Again and 13 

Tell the Savior All b8 

That Beautiful Home.. 59 

That Will be Glory 3 

That's Why I'm Happy 57 
The Blood of Christ.... 10 

The Golden Jubilee S4 

The Lord is Always....: -'1 

The Song of Love 44 

There's Gonna Be 130 

Traveling to Glory 12 

Tomorrow May Never.. 28 



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Walking the Gospel 81 

Walking with my King 14 

We Come, O Lord 87 

We Shall Understafnd....ll3 
What a Grand Feeling 24 

What a Singing 48 

What Have You DoncllO 
When Hs Comes Again 89 

When I ve Traveled 45 

When Life's Race is.. ..101 
When Thev Ring The.. 96 
Where Could I Go?.. .103 
While You Have Light 26 

Who Said it? 36 

Will I Find You in 60 



OUR SPECIAL BOOKS 

Precious Memories l^FZlSb'tt 

memory of our deceased leader and director, Virgil O. 
Stamps. It contains 224 pages of Mr. Stamps' own songs, to- 
gether with a biographical sketch and a full page picture. 
Bound in a beautiful leatherette cloth cover — $1.00 per copy. 

Comfort and Consolation ^SS^£ *S££ 

books ever compiled. It contains 135 songs — each one suita- 
ble for Funeral and Memorial Services. Round and shape 
notes. Price 50c per copy; 5 for $2.00. Sold on money-back 
guarantee. 

Favorite Radio Songs No. 2 ££l£SSi 

yqu are SURE to want Number 2. 241 songs arranged for 
mixed voices. $1.00 each — six for $5.00, postpaid. 

Favorite Radio Songs No. 1 J #. £ ° U *J 

book of special songs ever printed. ,256 pages — 220 songs. 
$1.00 each, 6 for $5.00, postpaid. 

G^v» M ^l fV«n...4- A f-» * s our latest book for men's voices. 
OSpei V^UartetS 224 pages of songs, all arranged 
for male quartets. "The largest and best quartet book ever 
offered." $1.00 each; six for $5.00, postpaid. 

CHURCH BOOKS 

Favorite Songs and Hymns SmiXbook!^ 

complete church hymnal — 348 songs. 50c per copy; $4.40 per 
dozen; 50 for $15.00; 100 for $25.00. Single copies and dozens, 
postpaid. 

The Gospel Hymnal songs"! real HYMNAL that 
you can afford to buy. 40c per copy; 50 for $15.00; 100 for 
$25.00, postpaid. 

Favorite Revival Songs rS/^'"^ 

church and Sunday school. 25c per copy; $8.50 for 50; $16.00 
for 100, postpaid. 

77 Best Revival SongS i g ver e p rin S ted 8m Guaran- 
teed to please you 100% or your money back. 15c each; 
$5.50 for 50; $10.00 for 100, postpaid. 

Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co. 

Dallas, Texas — Pangbum, Ark. — Chattanooga, Tenn. 

(Address Nearest Office)